The other day, we found ourselves with a leftover cedar board and the need for some storage at the shop. An hour and one simple woodworking project later, we’d turned our leftovers into a cute storage solution. Here’s how (don’t let the length of this post scare you – it’s an easy project, just with a lot of pictures):
The basic idea for the crates is to cut boards to length and attach them to corner posts. This makes a square without a bottom. Then you make a bottom by attaching boards to a pair of thin “skids” and then attach the bottom panel to the sides.
Spring is the season for getting organized! We hear from a lot of customers that they are short on space so we decided to share some space saving ideas in a series of blogs dedicated to artful storage. Our first secret is that we love storage as display.
Think vertical! Every day objects become stylish vignettes when stored in these cute metals baskets. Plus, it frees up valuable shelf space. Roll burlap placemats and pair with lemons to create an inviting display that is both practical and pretty.
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